Red bike and the tandem...
Phillyskyline's Brompton, the shared Ute, and (barely visible) my Steamroller.
A shot of my Steamroller all alone:
Heres my ride & all my possesions, I am King of living simple. o/\o (<~~Hi 5)
She's a Colin Laing w/ bits thrown together by myself & my daily ride regardless of wether its 40* or 115* outside.
I do own a car though & rarely (8/10x a year) drive it, havent found too many girls that get a laugh at or stick around after "Well...you can ride on the handlebars, it wont take THAT long ..honest"
FatBaldMan: I strive to live the way you do. That picture is very relaxing.
This is my current do-everything-ride... I might try to get a better picture outside with a better camera soon.
Here's my main hauling bike (and we've got a rhode gear trailer for extra weight or kids):
(excuse the hyperspace effect.)
Here's my current bike for quick trips and going to school:
It replaces this Dunelt, which was stolen about a year ago:
And my wife's bike:
And two new bikes:
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Not pictured here are about four kid's bikes.
I took My Colin Laing From this:
to make car free easier.
Here's my sweet Citizen, ready to get groceries with me, once her handcuffs are unlocked:
My 3rd bike purchase:
I did the conversion the same day I received the bike. :thumb:
That's the 29er stock 32x18 gearing which can go 1x9. I'm not close to any mountains, but there is steep hills/trails. Plus I like the simplicity of SS.
heres my "car"
What kinda bike is that? How is the fit and do you have the minimum amount of seat post in the frame?
Here is my commuter. Just picked it up today in fact. It is replacing my trusty GT Talera. Sorry for the low quality. I will try to post a better one during daylight :rolleyes:.
Updated image taken during the day.
Heres a better pic, without front rack. Also the post is the same color as frame so you cant really see where the frame ends and the post begins. Im still convinced its an optical illusion but that may be because im just used to it
Here's my Road Hybrid, the other photo is my homemade utility trailer for gathering "stuff" when needed and I have a Jamis Durango Hardtail MTB, as my "back up"! :D
The bikes/cars each have different purposes
The "trucker" for the big loads and road bike
The all weather wonder fixed gear
The lockup/around town/commuter fixed gear